• 03.27.17

    SCOTUS Won’t Hear Massive Credit Card Interchange Suit

    Digital Transactions interviewed Manatt’s Anita Boomstein, chair of the firm’s global payments practice, for an article about the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear an appeal of a lower-court decision regarding credit card payment rules and policies that threw out a $5.7 billion ...

  • 03.15.17

    Suits in CO Test Madden Doctrine

    Debtwire quoted Manatt’s Brian Korn, chair of the firm’s digital finance and marketplace lending practice, in an article about suits filed by Colorado's Uniform Credit Code Administrator against Marlette Funding and Avant over the rates charged by the online unsecured consumer ...

  • 02.17.17

    Ocwen Settles Backdating Allegations in CA

    Law360 covered Manatt’s representation of Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC against allegations brought by the California Department of Business Oversight that the mortgage servicer backdated mortgage payment notices. Manatt’s Donna Wilson, co-chair of the firm’s financial services ...

  • 02.13.17

    Wilson Elected to the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

    Manatt today announced that Donna Wilson, co-chair of the firm’s financial services litigation and enforcement practice, has been selected to be inducted as a Fellow into the prestigious American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, a professional association of lawyers ...

  • 05.27.16

    Solicitor General Disagrees With Madden Verdict

    Lend Academy interviewed Manatt’s Brian Korn, chair of the firm’s Digital Finance and Marketplace Lending practice, for an article about the Solicitor General’s statement that the Second Circuit made the wrong decision in Madden vs. Midland Funding.“This is a great brief for ...

  • 05.16.16

    What the Spokeo Ruling Means for Consumer Plaintiffs

    Law360 interviewed Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, a partner in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice, for an article chronicling attorneys’ reactions to the Supreme Court’s ruling in Spokeo Inc. v. Thomas Robins et al, in which it was determined that a consumer could ...

  • 05.16.16

    ‘No-Injury’ Means No Class Action, Court Says

    Forbes quoted Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, a partner in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice, for an article about implications of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Spokeo Inc. v. Thomas Robins et al, requiring plaintiffs to plead a “concrete” injury to proceed in ...

  • 05.03.16

    CFPB Arbitration Proposal Means More Lawsuits

    American Banker quoted Richard Gottlieb, a partner in the firm’s Financial Services Litigation practice, about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new arbitration proposal. The proposal will limit the use of arbitration clauses in millions of financial contracts, including those ...

  • 04.20.16

    Dismissal of IM Trade Dispute Against Seaport Secured

    HFMWeek covered Manatt’s trial victory on behalf of Seaport Group Securities, for which the firm secured the dismissal of an alleged breach of contract brought by Luxor Capital over a trade discussed via instant message. A New York judge dismissed Luxor’s claims that instant messages ...

  • 02.17.16

    Online Lenders Fear Potential Impact of Scalia's Death

    American Banker quoted Manatt's Brian Korn, a partner in the firm's Capital Markets practice, in an article about the banking industry's new fears following Justice Antonin Scalia's unexpected death.American Banker reports that marketplace lenders have been waiting for the court to ...